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  • Talking Track:If you haven’t tried the F12 Developer tools in IE10 or 9, maybe it’s time to take a second look. Since launching them in IE8, the suite has evolved into a powerful set client-side, cross-browser debugging tools. IE9 added real-time performance monitoring and one-click inspection of your HTML and CSS elements. You can also change between standards-based and older rendering engines which makes it easier to support older versions of IE.IE10 builds on the work in IE9 with a new File Picker that allows you to organize and debug a large number of scripts. In debugging mode, the tools can break on caught exceptions which makes it easier for you to test.The most important takeaway is to check to make sure your site is rendering in Standards Mode. You can see this in the top navigation of the F12 Developer Tools <here>. For example, if you currently see “Quirks” or “Emulate IE8” it means IE10 thinks you’re emitting older markup or that it’s on the Compatibility View (CV) list. Update your docmode and run Compat Inspector to fix this.Links:How to use F12 Developer Tools (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/IE/gg589507(v=vs.85).aspx)Hacking with F12 Developer Tools (http://channel9.msdn.com/events/mix/mix11/HTM18)Debug Faster with F12 Developer Tools (http://www.sitepoint.com/debug-faster-with-f12-developer-tools-in-internet-explorer-9/#fbid=i0K0y7FaJgq)
  • Talking Track:If you haven’t tried the F12 Developer tools in IE10 or 9, maybe it’s time to take a second look. Since launching them in IE8, the suite has evolved into a powerful set client-side, cross-browser debugging tools. IE9 added real-time performance monitoring and one-click inspection of your HTML and CSS elements. You can also change between standards-based and older rendering engines which makes it easier to support older versions of IE.IE10 builds on the work in IE9 with a new File Picker that allows you to organize and debug a large number of scripts. In debugging mode, the tools can break on caught exceptions which makes it easier for you to test.The most important takeaway is to check to make sure your site is rendering in Standards Mode. You can see this in the top navigation of the F12 Developer Tools <here>. For example, if you currently see “Quirks” or “Emulate IE8” it means IE10 thinks you’re emitting older markup or that it’s on the Compatibility View (CV) list. Update your docmode and run Compat Inspector to fix this.Links:How to use F12 Developer Tools (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/IE/gg589507(v=vs.85).aspx)Hacking with F12 Developer Tools (http://channel9.msdn.com/events/mix/mix11/HTM18)Debug Faster with F12 Developer Tools (http://www.sitepoint.com/debug-faster-with-f12-developer-tools-in-internet-explorer-9/#fbid=i0K0y7FaJgq)
  • Talking Track:If you haven’t tried the F12 Developer tools in IE10 or 9, maybe it’s time to take a second look. Since launching them in IE8, the suite has evolved into a powerful set client-side, cross-browser debugging tools. IE9 added real-time performance monitoring and one-click inspection of your HTML and CSS elements. You can also change between standards-based and older rendering engines which makes it easier to support older versions of IE.IE10 builds on the work in IE9 with a new File Picker that allows you to organize and debug a large number of scripts. In debugging mode, the tools can break on caught exceptions which makes it easier for you to test.The most important takeaway is to check to make sure your site is rendering in Standards Mode. You can see this in the top navigation of the F12 Developer Tools <here>. For example, if you currently see “Quirks” or “Emulate IE8” it means IE10 thinks you’re emitting older markup or that it’s on the Compatibility View (CV) list. Update your docmode and run Compat Inspector to fix this.Links:How to use F12 Developer Tools (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/IE/gg589507(v=vs.85).aspx)Hacking with F12 Developer Tools (http://channel9.msdn.com/events/mix/mix11/HTM18)Debug Faster with F12 Developer Tools (http://www.sitepoint.com/debug-faster-with-f12-developer-tools-in-internet-explorer-9/#fbid=i0K0y7FaJgq)
  • Talking Track:If you haven’t tried the F12 Developer tools in IE10 or 9, maybe it’s time to take a second look. Since launching them in IE8, the suite has evolved into a powerful set client-side, cross-browser debugging tools. IE9 added real-time performance monitoring and one-click inspection of your HTML and CSS elements. You can also change between standards-based and older rendering engines which makes it easier to support older versions of IE.IE10 builds on the work in IE9 with a new File Picker that allows you to organize and debug a large number of scripts. In debugging mode, the tools can break on caught exceptions which makes it easier for you to test.The most important takeaway is to check to make sure your site is rendering in Standards Mode. You can see this in the top navigation of the F12 Developer Tools <here>. For example, if you currently see “Quirks” or “Emulate IE8” it means IE10 thinks you’re emitting older markup or that it’s on the Compatibility View (CV) list. Update your docmode and run Compat Inspector to fix this.Links:How to use F12 Developer Tools (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/IE/gg589507(v=vs.85).aspx)Hacking with F12 Developer Tools (http://channel9.msdn.com/events/mix/mix11/HTM18)Debug Faster with F12 Developer Tools (http://www.sitepoint.com/debug-faster-with-f12-developer-tools-in-internet-explorer-9/#fbid=i0K0y7FaJgq)
  • Talking Track:If you haven’t tried the F12 Developer tools in IE10 or 9, maybe it’s time to take a second look. Since launching them in IE8, the suite has evolved into a powerful set client-side, cross-browser debugging tools. IE9 added real-time performance monitoring and one-click inspection of your HTML and CSS elements. You can also change between standards-based and older rendering engines which makes it easier to support older versions of IE.IE10 builds on the work in IE9 with a new File Picker that allows you to organize and debug a large number of scripts. In debugging mode, the tools can break on caught exceptions which makes it easier for you to test.The most important takeaway is to check to make sure your site is rendering in Standards Mode. You can see this in the top navigation of the F12 Developer Tools <here>. For example, if you currently see “Quirks” or “Emulate IE8” it means IE10 thinks you’re emitting older markup or that it’s on the Compatibility View (CV) list. Update your docmode and run Compat Inspector to fix this.Links:How to use F12 Developer Tools (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/IE/gg589507(v=vs.85).aspx)Hacking with F12 Developer Tools (http://channel9.msdn.com/events/mix/mix11/HTM18)Debug Faster with F12 Developer Tools (http://www.sitepoint.com/debug-faster-with-f12-developer-tools-in-internet-explorer-9/#fbid=i0K0y7FaJgq)
  • Hands-on with CSS3 (http://ie.microsoft.com/testdrive/Graphics/hands-on-css3/)
  • Talking Track:If you haven’t tried the F12 Developer tools in IE10 or 9, maybe it’s time to take a second look. Since launching them in IE8, the suite has evolved into a powerful set client-side, cross-browser debugging tools. IE9 added real-time performance monitoring and one-click inspection of your HTML and CSS elements. You can also change between standards-based and older rendering engines which makes it easier to support older versions of IE.IE10 builds on the work in IE9 with a new File Picker that allows you to organize and debug a large number of scripts. In debugging mode, the tools can break on caught exceptions which makes it easier for you to test.The most important takeaway is to check to make sure your site is rendering in Standards Mode. You can see this in the top navigation of the F12 Developer Tools <here>. For example, if you currently see “Quirks” or “Emulate IE8” it means IE10 thinks you’re emitting older markup or that it’s on the Compatibility View (CV) list. Update your docmode and run Compat Inspector to fix this.Links:How to use F12 Developer Tools (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/IE/gg589507(v=vs.85).aspx)Hacking with F12 Developer Tools (http://channel9.msdn.com/events/mix/mix11/HTM18)Debug Faster with F12 Developer Tools (http://www.sitepoint.com/debug-faster-with-f12-developer-tools-in-internet-explorer-9/#fbid=i0K0y7FaJgq)
  • Hands-on with CSS3 (http://ie.microsoft.com/testdrive/Graphics/hands-on-css3/)
  • Talking Track:If you haven’t tried the F12 Developer tools in IE10 or 9, maybe it’s time to take a second look. Since launching them in IE8, the suite has evolved into a powerful set client-side, cross-browser debugging tools. IE9 added real-time performance monitoring and one-click inspection of your HTML and CSS elements. You can also change between standards-based and older rendering engines which makes it easier to support older versions of IE.IE10 builds on the work in IE9 with a new File Picker that allows you to organize and debug a large number of scripts. In debugging mode, the tools can break on caught exceptions which makes it easier for you to test.The most important takeaway is to check to make sure your site is rendering in Standards Mode. You can see this in the top navigation of the F12 Developer Tools <here>. For example, if you currently see “Quirks” or “Emulate IE8” it means IE10 thinks you’re emitting older markup or that it’s on the Compatibility View (CV) list. Update your docmode and run Compat Inspector to fix this.Links:How to use F12 Developer Tools (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/IE/gg589507(v=vs.85).aspx)Hacking with F12 Developer Tools (http://channel9.msdn.com/events/mix/mix11/HTM18)Debug Faster with F12 Developer Tools (http://www.sitepoint.com/debug-faster-with-f12-developer-tools-in-internet-explorer-9/#fbid=i0K0y7FaJgq)
  • Talking Track:If you haven’t tried the F12 Developer tools in IE10 or 9, maybe it’s time to take a second look. Since launching them in IE8, the suite has evolved into a powerful set client-side, cross-browser debugging tools. IE9 added real-time performance monitoring and one-click inspection of your HTML and CSS elements. You can also change between standards-based and older rendering engines which makes it easier to support older versions of IE.IE10 builds on the work in IE9 with a new File Picker that allows you to organize and debug a large number of scripts. In debugging mode, the tools can break on caught exceptions which makes it easier for you to test.The most important takeaway is to check to make sure your site is rendering in Standards Mode. You can see this in the top navigation of the F12 Developer Tools <here>. For example, if you currently see “Quirks” or “Emulate IE8” it means IE10 thinks you’re emitting older markup or that it’s on the Compatibility View (CV) list. Update your docmode and run Compat Inspector to fix this.Links:How to use F12 Developer Tools (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/IE/gg589507(v=vs.85).aspx)Hacking with F12 Developer Tools (http://channel9.msdn.com/events/mix/mix11/HTM18)Debug Faster with F12 Developer Tools (http://www.sitepoint.com/debug-faster-with-f12-developer-tools-in-internet-explorer-9/#fbid=i0K0y7FaJgq)
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